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The Giant-Size Omnibus of Superpowers

I am a geek. I make no apologies for it. I grew up in the age where comic heroes and villains had their own cartoon shows so I came to enjoy and learn about the characters. Anyways, I was looking for something to show off my geeky side when I across Pop Chart Lab.

Pop Chart Lab describes themselves as "the human experience in chart form", creating unique prints, housewares, and other fun items to show off in your home!

What I really wanted to tell you about was their prints, which are some of the coolest works of art that will fit any style. If you're a foodie, show off your knowledge with their Various Varieties of Fruit, or if you enjoy tea, the Taxonomical Tea Box should suit your "tastes". For bookworms, The Great Gatsby Chart is a must have! It shows the comings and goings of each character from the book. Feeling patriotic? Check out the American Flags print that showcases the Star Spangled Banner throughout its history!

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You can purchase The Giant-Size Omnibus of Superpowers Poster (24 X 36) by Pop Chart Lab on Amazon. Prices vary.

Can you spot Wonder Woman?

As I said, I am a geek and when I found out that Pop Chart Lab had The Giant-Size Omnibus of Superpowers (showcasing 75 years of comics book history from publishers like Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Image, and IDW), I was kind of excited!

The first thing you notice isn't the size but the feel - it is made of heavy 100 lb. archival stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council and pressed on an offset lithograph graph press. You can tell it can withstand years of being hung and won't rip as easily as other posters would.

As for the size, it's the same size as posters you would buy from Walmart but instead of being sort of shiny, it is matte and makes a big statement.

As for the superpowers and superheroes/villains, it was interesting to find characters I've never heard of it (like Count Vertigo or She-Thing) and see characters I knew a lot about (like Wonder Woman, Thor, and of course, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles).

Don't judge me, but sometimes I will look up a character I've never heard of just to see exactly what his story is. It might be worthless knowledge, but fun knowledge.

This poster looks great in the same room as my sister's Tardis, our lightsaber, and our Steampunk poster.

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